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Tuesday Habs Headlines: The Canadiens need to keep Galchenyuk as the first line centre

Here are your daily links, including the case to keep Galchenyuk where he is, Mike Condon's Molson Cup, Adele the puppy, talking fighting in hockey, Jonathan Drouin updates, and more!

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Montreal Canadiens news:

  • Now that Alex Galchenyuk is finally back to centering the first line, he absolutely needs to stay there. [Metro]
  • Alex Galchenyuk has the seventh most goals on the road this season. [TVA]
  • Mike Condon earned the Molson Cup for January and February. [Canadiens]
  • Marc Bergevin's dog, Adele, made a guest appearance after coach Therrien's press-conference on Monday:
  • John Scott having some fun on Instagram with Canadiens prospect, Zach Fucale:
  • Let's take a look at the mid-season top 15 Habs prospect update. [AATH]
  • Canadiens d-men are giving up the puck a lot, actually a little too much. [HG]
  • ICYMI: How to deal with a disappointing season, focusing on the athletes. [EOTP]
  • Carey Price, Nathan Beaulieu, and David Desharnais, all skated after the Habs morning practice was over yesterday morning. [MTLG]
  • WATCH: Nikita Scherbak talk about the IceCaps games this past weekend, and his first career multi-point game. [STJ]
  • Canadiens prospect Morgan Ellis was back in St. John's this morning at IceCaps practice. [STJ]
  • Player profile on Les Canadiennes player, Caroline Ouellette. [LP]

Around the NHL and elsewhere:

  • The world's most under appreciated hockey player. [Macleans]
  • It's time for fighting to be removed from junior hockey. [GlobeAndMail]
  • How the Tampa Bay Lightning and Anaheim became legitimate playoff contenders again. [ESPN]
  • Making sense of the Detroit Red Wings and Vancouver Canucks. [VS]
  • Henrik Lundqvist explained the net situation, and doesn't intend to apologize. [EOH]
  • Cam Talbot, Mark Scheifele, and Brent Burns were last weeks "three stars of the week" in the NHL. [NHL]
  • Why keeping Willie Desjardins is the right move going forward for the Canucks. [SN]
  • No final decisions have been made on the NHL expansion, as of yet. [PHT]
  • The Boston Bruins have a new plan for tickets that is trying to push out scalpers. [PD]
  • Jonathan Drouin's suspension was lifted, and he's reporting to the AHL Syracuse Crunch. [RC]
  • The Toronto Marlies have a successful, winning formula. [TheStar]
  • Ilya Kovalchuk returned back to SKA for the second round of playoffs. [PD]
  • From an advanced side of things, looking at what specific zone entries are most successful. [STP]